Must Watch: Martin Scorsese's 'The Wolf of Wall Street' First Trailer

June 17, 2013
Source: YouTube

The Wolf of Wall Street Trailer

"Was all this legal? Absolutely not." Time to meet Jay Gatsby of the 1980's. Paramount has debuted the first trailer for The Wolf of Wall Street, the latest movie directed by Martin Scorsese, starring Leonardo DiCaprio as a young millionaire living the party life. This almost-Goodfellas-sequel also stars Jonah Hill, Matthew McConaughey, Jon Bernthal, Margot Robbie and Kyle Chandler, plus plenty of others yet to be seen (in this trailer), like Rob Reiner, Jon Favreau, Jean Dujardin, and Spike Jonze. This looks a bit more like Spring Breakers in Manhattan than Wall Street, but I trust in Scorsese and his stellar cast. Enjoy!

Here's the first trailer for Martin Scorsese's The Wolf of Wall Street, direct from Paramount's YouTube:

A young New York stockbroker named Jordan Belfort (Leonardo DiCaprio) refuses to cooperate in a large securities fraud case involving corruption on Wall Street, corporate banking world and mob infiltration.

The Wolf of Wall Street is directed by legendary Oscar winning filmmaker Martin Scorsese, of everything from Taxi Driver to Raging Bull to Cape Fear to Goodfellas to Casino to Aviator to Departed to Shutter Island and Hugo recently. The screenplay is by Terence Winter (Get Rich or Die Tryin', Brooklyn Rules, "The Sopranos", "Boardwalk Empire"), based on Jordan Belfort's book. Paramount is bringing Scorsese's The Wolf of Wall Street to theaters everywhere starting November 15th later this fall. How does that look?

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The horror, the horror. It's looks good, but those are some horrible people.

Carpola on Jun 17, 2013


The best trailer I've seen all year.

Nielsen700 on Jun 17, 2013


Damn good trailer but Star Trek, pacific rim, man of steel and gravity have had great trailers.

Jon Odishaw on Jun 17, 2013



Nielsen700 on Jun 17, 2013


the perfect trailer. not too revealing yet intriguing.

Mazen K. on Jun 18, 2013


Looks awful

none none on Jun 17, 2013


really? troll

Sky on Jun 17, 2013


This is just going to be fun. All those actors are just flexing, not straining, just flexing. I get hints of AMERICAN PSYCHO, WALL STREET, and AMERICAN GANGSTER.

DAVIDPD on Jun 17, 2013


I agree, but i do like to see Jonah Hill doing more roll outside of comedy stuff. Not that his comedy stuff isnt great, i love This Is The End and him in it, but Moneyball then this... goood on ya Jonah

Sky on Jun 17, 2013


looks like a modern day Great Gatsby

moviefilm on Jun 17, 2013


people need to stop comparing this to Great Gatsby just because it's Leo playing a rich guy and living in extravagance. There's no impossible love interest, or a nick like character.

Zade_92 on Jun 17, 2013


Looks like something I would enjoy but it hasn't nailed the look of 80's wall street the way way Oliver Stone did.

Mr.banananose_aka_mr.appleeyes on Jun 17, 2013


It's set in the 90's not the 80's.

Marcus on Jun 17, 2013


You mean the movie he made IN the 80's?

Jon Odishaw on Jun 17, 2013


Heck yeah! Scorsese my mannnn! SO ready for this!

Danimal on Jun 17, 2013


I wouldn't have guessed this was set in the '80's. Looks like fun, but not much more if you catch my drift?

David Banner on Jun 17, 2013


Didn't Leo say he was taking time off from doing movies and was gonna be taking a couple years off??

timnimbus on Jun 17, 2013


You do realize this was filmed probably close to a year ago.

IamSlave on Jun 17, 2013


I realize that...It just seems like hes coming out with more and more stuff.

timnimbus on Jun 17, 2013


...from before he decided to take time off. Remember how The Dark Knight came out after Heath Ledger died? Post-production, distribution and marketing take time.

Wafffles on Jun 17, 2013


Some of the biggest assholes ever...I'll see it.

Xerxexx on Jun 17, 2013


Here's hoping it's just the trailer that sucks.

zey on Jun 17, 2013


yeah the trailer doesn't do it for me either, but i'm sure the film its self and Scorsese will surprise me.

Zade_92 on Jun 17, 2013


This might be like pain and gain in that in the end, no matter how much you like the actors, you don't care for the characters.

Jon Odishaw on Jun 17, 2013


the last scene, lol

truong18 on Jun 17, 2013


I love wall street money movies. Oliver Stone's Wall Street sequel was too preachy, and half of the movie was an infomercial promoting some form of clean energy. I want greasy broker shennanigans with extravagant uses for an over abundance of money... so I can live out my fantasies vicariously through fictional movie characters 😉

CHRUKA on Jun 17, 2013


Wall Street movies are awesome!

Luis Eduardo Ortiz on Jun 17, 2013


The White-Collar Goodfellas. Can't wait.

Noe on Jun 17, 2013


As an incoming freshman in College with the goal to be a Wall Street Guy, I will for sure see this. Looks like a lot of fun. Hopefully the movie's plot is as good as the footage in this trailer.

Luis Eduardo Ortiz on Jun 17, 2013


matthew mcconaughey can giiiiiiit out. ruiner.

benjoi on Jun 17, 2013


Yes honey I wouldn't miss him.,

Sugar_Spice on Jun 18, 2013


Looks fun, doesnt seem like its taking itself TOO seriously. Also, close your eyes at the beginning narrative, was he trying to sound exactly like Ray Liotta? lol

Cody W on Jun 17, 2013


Hmm, didn't like the trailer too much. I hope Scorsese (with his baby-faced muse) returns to form with this though. Otherwise he can go home and get his fucking shine box.

cobrazombie on Jun 17, 2013


Looks like it could be the funniest film of the year.

DavideCoppola on Jun 17, 2013


What a horrible trailer, i hope it has more substance than a rap music video. Stop with kanye and jayz in every trailer!

Happy camper on Jun 17, 2013


Surprised more haven't liked this trailer. Must just be the anti-Kanye bias. I think this is an excellent trailer. One of the best I've seen this year Very well paced and edited. My only complaint would be the yellow and black lettering. I have a hard time seeing that and separating it from trailers for children's movies. It would have seemed less disjointed and flashier to match the premise of the film had they gone with a silver/blue theme. Overall the movie looks awesome.

UrAllThumb on Jun 18, 2013


Of the whole trailer that's the part that stands out most to me

Sugar_Spice on Jun 18, 2013


Matthew seems a little annoying to me in the trailer. Like he is trying too hard to be the nutty guy.

Bryan M on Jun 19, 2013


Um Fugazi is not fairydust they are one of the greatest bands of all time. mmmmmk

jacobcrim on Jun 22, 2013


I was excited about this movie until this trailer

Ty Webb on Jul 10, 2013


DONE to DEATH Wall Street 'decadence'. Birdbath deep DiCaprio. Decades STALE, creatively bankrupt Scorsese. YOU STAND FULLY ALERTED

IT OUT IT 22 on Dec 24, 2013


MEANWHILE, Globalist 'SO SHELL--ist' MAFIA usurpation is ramping worldwide. DeNiro's looking more and more like Josef STALIN. WHY isn's Scorsese being a REAL in touch ---------------------------------------------------and daring artist? -----WHY isn't he delivering the definitive STALIN???? NOTHING could be more relevant 2014.

IT OUT IT 22 on Jan 13, 2014

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